Round One of the debate between the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives and the Atlantic Institute for Market Studies on the issue of Atlantica. Caution: unfunny satire. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: atlantica, new brunswick
Ganong, William Francis, A monograph of the place-nomenclature of the province of New Brunswick J. Durie & Son ; Copp-Clark Co. ; B. Quaritch], [Ottawa : Toronto : London : 1896. 175-289 p. ; 24 cm. Transactions of the Royal Society of Canada. Second series ; v 2, section 2 Topic: Names, Geographical--New Brunswick.
Ganong, William Francis, Additions and corrections to Monographs on the place-nomenclature, cartography, historic sites, boundaries and settlement-origins of the province of New Brunswick J. Hope & Sons, Ottawa : 1906. 56 p. ; 25 cm. Transactions of the Royal Society of Canada. Second series ; v 12, section 2 Topics: New Brunswick--History., New Brunswick--Boundaries., New Brunswick--Name., Names, Geographical--New...
byFisher, Peter, 1782-1848; Fisher, William Shives [Contributor]; Raymond, W. O. (William Odber), 1853-1923 [Contributor]
Book from Project Gutenberg: History of New Brunswick Library of Congress Classification: F1001 Note: First history of New Brunswick Note: Originally published in 1825 under the title: Sketches of New Brunswick : containing an account of the first settlement of the province, with a brief description of the country, climate, productions, inhabitants, government, rivers, towns, settlements, public institutions, trade, revenue, population, &c., by an inhabitant of the province. Topics: New Brunswick -- Description and travel, New Brunswick -- History Source: http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/27111
On a visit to my Grandmother's (who we've always referred to as Doreen), we walked down to the lake just below her summer place. Jordan attempted to throw ALL the rocks into the lake. She soon realized this was a much bigger job than she anticipated. Really scenic area here. Again, another place I used to visit now and then when I was a kid. Topics: Erin Nealey, New Brunswick, home
Yeah, I know... the videos have been sparse these days. I'm just now getting back into it a bit more. I have tons of footage from Canada that I've been going through. I had previously posted a video awhile back from Buskers Festival (The Clown). This is the second installment of Buskers. I can only imagine what would have happened had this guy fallen off his post! Topics: Erin Nealey, Buskers, New Brunswick
Music: 100 Years - Five For Fighting I worked really hard on this one! I basically went through 6 hours of video I took from our summer in Canada and picked out the clips. Some of them will already be familiar. It's kind of like our entire summer in 4 minutes. Lots of fun times spent in the backyard. Anyway, there is lots of video coming from our summer in New Brunswick, but this gives you a glimpse of what is to come. Hope you enjoy it! Topics: Erin Nealey, New Brunswick, Canada
This one might be a bit boring to the average viewer, but it's a continuation of the last post. Just some scenes from our visit up country. We went down the hill to my aunt and uncle's summer place. They are right on the water where we used to go swimming all the time. My brother Steve, and Teresa tried to catch some fish, but weren't successful. We had a nice visit with my grandparents and I took the camera for a tour around the yard. Topics: Erin Nealey, Summer, New Brunswick
The city of New Brunswick, NJ has been undergoing several changes in bike law ordinances over the last several months. This episode focuses on what those changes are so that the citizens in the area understand where they can ride their bikes-- and the hefty fines that may ensue. Featured guest: Charlie Kratovil, New Brunswick city activist and community organizer of Food and Water Watch. Core Of The Matter is the weekly public affairs show that airs on RLC-WVPH FM Piscataway "The... Topics: New Brunswick, New Jersey, Bike Ordinances